The Art Stall is a cooperative, women-run gallery selling original paintings and prints ranging from landscapes to portraits and animals.
For over 50 years, they’ve worked to promote local female artists. Their story began in 1964 when a group of artists became involved in the movement to save Pike Place Market from demolition. In support of this effort, a handful of those artists decided to open the Art Stall Gallery in February of 1965, bringing new and original work to the Seattle fine art community each month.
For decades their gallery has continued to thrive, thanks to the perseverance and creativity of its artists. Today, 13 women maintain and sell their art in this gallery. By purchasing directly, collectors enjoy Seattle’s most affordable pricing for quality professional art.
Find them next to DeLaurenti Food & Wine and Pike Place Nuts.